Wikiprogress drafts an overview of National Initiatives on Measuring Well-being Reply

Wikiprogress, a global virtual platform for sharing information in order to evaluate social, environmental and economic progress, provides a draft document listing initiatives on measuring well-being on the national level. Based largely on the content of the website, there are initiatives and examples from some 17 countries, including Australia , Belgium, Canada, China, Finland , France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands , New Zealand, Slovenia, Spain, UK  and the US.

The initiatives range from government-led projects to organization- and community-based initiatives, such as the Australian National Development Index, Canadian Index of Well-being, Findicator (Finland), World Database of Happiness (the Netherlands), the National Well-being Project (UK), or The State of the USA, to name just a few.



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